Life Cycle Institute, the human performance practice at Life Cycle Engineering (LCE), has introduced live, instructor-led virtual classes for people working in asset management, reliability and maintenance for manufacturing plants and facilities.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people cannot travel for public training classes and instructors are limited in being able to provide private, on-site training. This created immediate demand for an alternative method for providing the same instructional content and facilitated, effective learning experience without requiring anyone to travel.
Classes have been scheduled for the Institute’s most popular in-person classes: Maintenance Planning and Scheduling, Reliability Engineering Excellence, Root Cause Analysis, Predictive Maintenance Strategy, and Risk-Based Asset Management.
Virtual, Instructor-Led Training (VILT) combines the benefits of traditional classroom training and online learning. It allows participants to have the experience of live instructor-led training without having to go to a classroom or have the instructor present in person. Life Cycle Institute’s virtual classes were developed by industry-leading subject matter experts and certified professional instructional designers with experience converting live, instructor-led classes into engaging and effective online learning experiences using learning best practices.
Using Zoom’s technology, this video-based training allows learners to ask questions, participate in discussions, and get trained together irrespective of their location. Participants in the Institute’s virtual classes will learn the same content from the Institute’s in-person classes while participating in professionally facilitated sessions with activities that stimulate participation and learning:
Online breakout sessions with facilitator support
Individual and group assignments and discussions
Polls, Q&A, and online whiteboard activities that keep learners engaged
The virtual classes will entitle participants to the same CEUs as in-person classes and will also count toward their Reliability Engineering Certification, Planning and Scheduling Certification, or Maintenance Management Certification.
More information about class schedules and registration is available on the Life Cycle Engineering website.
Please contact the Institute with questions: education@LCE.com or 800-556-9589